Selfie cameras have come a long way, and while not everyone enjoys taking selfies, it is impossible to ignore the fact that a phone would be incomplete without one. Except for the Ultra variant, Samsung has been using the same front camera on most Galaxy S devices, but that could change with the arrival of the Galaxy S23.
The decision by Samsung to update the selfie camera on the Galaxy S23 is a positive step forward
Samsung is reportedly considering a 12-megapixel sensor for the Galaxy S23 and S23+, according to a new report. For those unfamiliar, Samsung previously used a 10-megapixel sensor, which can be found on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus.
Apart from the obvious increase in megapixel count, we are still unsure what the bump in megapixels will do at the time of writing. It’s also unclear whether the camera will come with optical image stabilization.
In terms of cameras and overall experience, the Galaxy S22 series has been excellent, but Samsung’s decision to upgrade the front camera on the Galaxy S23 is a step in the right direction.
What’s more important, the company is almost certainly going to add a slew of other features to the phone as well. So, if you’ve been waiting for an upgrade, now is a good time to start putting money aside.
At this time, very little is known about the Galaxy S23, but we will keep you updated as more information becomes available. Keep an eye out for updates.
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